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    Hey guys, i'm new to the forums. I am in my second year studying economics with econometrics. For one of my modules i have to write an essay about the Browne report. I chose this question because it was of interest to me. After reading the report I am a little confused.

    If the fee cap is coming off, and fees in general will be going up. Surely the government is giving students loans of this amount in tuition fee loans? I'm confused because in the report it sais that it wont raise government spending at all. But surely in the short term it will? Is it talking in the long run or something? I would link the report etc but, it's on my uni's network thing, the way it is presented makes it look like it is saying they don't impart short run costs that are recovered... But how do they not?

    Ty guys
 
 
 
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